You won’t want to miss the August issue of Easy Food, packed with laid-back summer recipes and clever kitchen tips. Read on to find out why you need this one in your kitchen…
Summer is truly underway, and we’re including fresh fruit and veggies in as many of our meals as we can. This issue comes replete with delicious recipes for sweet, protein-packed peas and gorgeously ripe Irish tomatoes (like the lovely savoury crumble, below), as well as new ways to incorporate fresh coriander, basil and dill into your cooking.
We’ve designed these cocktail recipes to be made for a crowd, so you can do your easiest-ever summer entertaining. No kids allowed!
We’re making good use of our freezers this month, with fun frozen desserts for kids and adults alike. We’re obsessed with this lemon semifreddo, a perfect option for make-ahead entertaining. Deputy Editor Jocelyn has been experimenting with a boozy ice cream float using Murphys Ice Cream, but there are kid-friendly options, too!
The bird is the word
There’s no meat more versatile than chicken, and we’ve been putting it to good use coming up with some of our new favourite recipes for summer. Taking inspiration from global flavours, from Portugal and Italy to Korea and the USA, there is something delicious here for everyone. The Caprese chicken, below, is a must for cheese lovers.
We’re exploring why iron is important for our health and giving you the lowdown on how to include it in your diet, including tasty recipes that we developed specifically using foods that are naturally rich in iron.
If you’re one of those people who think fish is difficult to cook, we’re here to prove you wrong! Our quick and easy recipes use only five main ingredients and can be on the table in no time — plus, they are very, very tasty. Just look at this gorgeous sweet and spicy tray-baked trout!
We’ve included plenty of fast and fabulous meals to get your through the week, plus plenty of tips on how to make your dinners light and fresh. Nobody wants to be stuck over a hot stove on a long summer’s evening.
Resident baking expert Shannon has been taking a bite down memory lane with old-school bakes, from a stunning raspberry and lemon Battenberg to a pineapple upside-down cake.
Healthy, natural fast food chain LEON has come to Ireland, with their first Irish restaurant now in Temple Bar and many more locations planned over the next few years. We love their approach to food – as well as their commitment to sustainability — so we’ve got some of their lovely, fresh recipes to share in this issue.
The August issue of Easy Food is on sale from July 20th. Don’t miss out!